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In 2019 Federal Transport Minister Marc Garneau announced that Canada was introducing min-imum standards for new truck drivers. MELT or mandatory entry-level training in response to the Humboldt bus/truck disaster. It was to make trucking safer for all. But,...
A survey was conducted online August 2020 to March 2021 for various trucking organizations across Canada to collect data on health and wellness during COVID-19.  Participants reported similar challenges around fatigue. Compared with before COVID-19, truck drivers have worked...
The Trucking Industry became complex through the opening months of 2020. New trade agreements with the U.S. Mexico and Canada and low fuel costs enthused the possibilities of a boom in this business sector. But then COVID-19 struck and...
The transport of food and health/sanitary items such as cleaning supplies and paper towels have placed significant strains on the supply chain. Food distributors have to scrutinize significant preventative measures needed to ensure the health and safety of customers,...
  Andrea Morley Nutritionist & Health Coach  Healthy Trucker   With winter in full force, we naturally look to warm, comforting meals to satisfy us, but they often come with a cost: high amount of calories, (saturated) fat, salt, and simple carbs. Whether you’re...

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